News is coming out that player-to-player transfers are to be banned on partypoker. Rob Yong, a partypoker partner, has been getting tagged in threads asking what on earth was happening and what can be done about it.

By: Mark Patrickson

Stables to Get Hit Hard

Player-to-player transfers have been around as long as the online game itself. Nobody really talks about how essential they are to keep the poker ecosystem running smoothly.

Now though, it looks as if we have a problem that is going to become apparent over the next few months.

Rob Yong responded to the enquiries on Twitter by saying it was simply regulation changes. It isn’t clear just yet what the new law is but it looks like some people are going to run into issues getting funds online to play with.

Not everyone is unhappy though, because it was pointed out that stable members are going to suffer复古传奇sf because of all this. It’s easy to say that online wallets can be used but most of these have regulations regarding using those accounts as a business.

复古传奇sf Could this lead to many stables disbanding and creating softer games? Maybe that’s a big wish but changes are going to happen.

复古传奇sf We await news on how many other sites are going to follow suit just to stay within local regulations. Money laundering laws are constantly getting stronger and it’s hard to disagree with the fact that poker sites do offer an easy way to move money around without too many prying eyes.


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